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LUunnoi uivi i_iui\ru\i Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Deaths in News By UNITED PRESS OROYDON, England — Frederick G Creed, 86, inventor of the teleprinter which revolutionized the newspaper industry, died at his home nere Wednesday. He made it possible for newspapers to print up-to-the minute world news instcac 1 of stale, week-old dispatches. A native of Nova Scotia, Creed perfected 'he teleprinter in a little workshop in Glasgow, Scotland and put it on the market in 1912. short, illness. He lived at East; Haddam, Conn. Kihn made his first trip West in 1921 with Winold Reiss, famed apinter of Indian life. He lived with the Laguna and Acoma Indians for some time and l was adopted by the Blackfield Trib. LAKE WALES, Fla. — James E. Kavanagh, 86, retired vicul president of the Metropolitan Life.: Insurance Company, died her 2! Thursday after a brief illness. Kavanagh organized the Metropolitan's Group Insurance Division in 1917 and oversaw its growth into a 4.6 billion dollar venture. NEW LONDON, Conn. — \V. Langclon Kihn, 59, portraitist of the American Indian, died at Memorial Hospital Thursday after a . ! AI'COHOfilC II Id VISUAL K COMMISSION £01 II.MXOIN Ill.UCi, IXDIANAl'OMS .NOTIC'K OK PUBLIC HHAltlNCi Notice Is hereliv g-lven that the L-fji'Hl Alcoholic Beveriiyo liotird of C % ASd County, Indiana, will, Ht 2 p.m. on the lillrd day of Dec., 11)57 fit the X. Court Jloom. Court H'iusf, in the City (or town) oC liOKiinspfirt, Indiana, in said Cuunty, hCKin invustlKftttoti of the hjinliciUion of the Cnllowin/; nairierl person, requu.si.lHK 1 the issue to the aprtliuiint, lit ihe location hcrcln- aiter sot out. of the Alcoholic Boveraere form It of the class hi rcinafter designated and will, in. said time and place, receive In formation c-nncerninK the fitness oT siiid applicant, and the propriety 01! Issuing the permit applied lor to such applicant at the premises na"ned: OrvillL- V. & Vida Galloway (Rea. •.aurant) Keer, Liquor & Wine . Ketailer, 25 May St., "Walton, Indiana Oscar H. A: Marjruritn TCrlejr (Restaurant) Beer &. "\Vinc Retailer, 1117 13th. St. Logansport, Indl- :• SAID TXVESTTGATTOX WIKL BK OI J RN TO THE PUBLIC, AND J-'UBLIC .PARTICIPATION IS RK- QUKSTKD. • JXD1AXA ALCOHOLIC BEVKR- ACrK COMMISSION" By E. C. Mlnnioar Executive Secretary Koble Kills Chairman NEW YORK—Robert F. Kurka, 35, composer of works for violin, piano and orchestra, died at James Ewing Hospital here Thursday of leukemia. SAN FRANCISCO — Funeral services were held here today for Charles Crouch, nationally-known chain store executive and builder. Crouch died Wednesday night of a heart ailment at Stanford Hospital. He was 56. Church Youth Group Meeting Is Scheduled The north-central Indiana interdenominational youth organization, Youth for Truth, will meet at the Hickory Grove church, four miles southwest of IdaviUe, at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. John Andrews, manager of the Winona Lake Christian Assembly, will be the speaker. Activities planned for the afternoon also include a Bible quiz pitting the difforent church youth groups against each other, and several special musical numbers. Three Killed by Train Near Morris BATESV1LLE (UP)—Three men were killed.outright late Thursday when a speeding New York Central passenger train demolished their automobile at an unprotected crossing in the Ripley County town of Morris soulh of here. Killed in the crash were David Eugene Combs, 18, Westport, driver of the 'car; Russell Dale Powers, 22, Greensburg, and Dale Stuehrenburg, 19, Westport. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 24M Two Teams From Area Win in Judging Meet Vegetables judging teams from Washington township, Cass county, and Converse won trips to the National Junior Vegetable Growers' convention 1 which ends Friday at Springfield, 111., by placing in the annual Purdue U. vegetable judging contest. Both teams were in the third di-|and Bill Shaw. vision, for schools that had won no contests, and were among 11 teams winning trips. The Washington township team, coached by Fred Boyer, included Jim Sharp, Gary Walker and Gregory Stewart. Converse's group was coached by Marvin Green and i included Wayne Douglas, Jim Hunt Eagles to Entertain Youngsters at Party Saturday, December 21, is the date for the annual Eagles lodge Christmas party for youngsters of the members. The yule program wil Istart at 10 a.m. with a show, after which Santa Claus and his helpers will STATI FARM IN1UKANCI Announcing The Appointment Of Melvin A. Riley .... as an agent for STATE FARM INSURANCE CO. ACTO- LIFE— FIRE 1 Office 1314 E; Headway Phone 3437 Electric Light Bills Due the 1st. Penalty added after camber 15th. In Loving Memory of Charles W. Lytle who was called away one year ago today: Leaves an empty place within our fold; No one else can fill. It belongs to him a husband dear; A father who was as good as gold. Sadly missed by —Wife, Jennie, Daughters, Beatrice and Evelyn AS USUAL, THE UNUSUAL IN GIFTS Coonie's Gift Shop Wulton, Indiana GIVE YOUR OLD FURNITURE A NEW LEASE ON BEAUTY. •fa Top Workmanship •fa low Prie«i •fa Nice selection of fabric*. -FREE ESTIMATE- On All Upholstery Work WALTON UPHOLSTBRY SHOP Phono 3733, Walton, Ind. ROUND & SQUARE DANCING Saturday Night Music By Tune Timers ROYALE BAR Royal Center, Ind. Take Tim* Out From Chrittmas Shopping clax . . have • COFFEE • COKE • LUNCH at the CENTRAL DRUG SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway ORDER YOUR Personalized Christmas Cards QUICK SERVICE 50 for $1.95 and up Hallmark Cards "The most beautiful in the World" Exclusive with us. TIMBERLAKE'S Notice B. of R. T., No. 109, ritualistic services for our late brother, E. 0. Skelton at McCloskcy-Hamilton funeral home, Friday, Dec. 13, 8:00 p.m. —P. R. Miller, Pres. --APPLES-- Jonathan $2.25 Bushel Delicious $1.00 and $2.25 Bushel Staymen Winesap $3.00 Bushel Rome Beauty $3.00 Bushel JASPER FLORY & SON DICK PLORY, Mgr. SUNHEAT gives you UNIFORM PERFORMANCE "-~«p mmmmm&.mmmKmm^mmm&wm9»x&x* Laboratory-controlled at Sun's great refineries, Sunbea^ uniformity is constant in every gallon. Sunheat's uniform. quality means efficient, unfailing operation of your burner, ...•without frequent adjustments. MADE BY THI MAKERS Of BLUE SUNOCO GASOLINE ALDER COAL & FUEL OIL CO. 1403 Woodlawn Phone 4422 DON'T FORGET YOUR | CHRISTMAS ICE CREAM | FIGURINES & STENCIL • « PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW AT YOUR DEALERS <5 WATTS ICE CREAM I 113 5th Phone 4504 f Christmas Trees BEERS-WINES LIQUORS In Fancy CJiristmas Decanters See Our Big Selection PRESUHO'S LIQUOR STORE . 927 Erie BEAUTIFUL SCOTCH & RED PINE ALL SIZES - AU SHAPES Up to 7 ft. tall. Hundreds to choose from. 1st group odd size $1.25 2nd group odd size $1.75 Perfect Trees all sizes . .$2.50, $3.50 Ben Hur Motel What nicer gift than a decorative and comfortable chair that shows quality, good taste? Come in with your list and browse. You'll like our selection. Priced from $49,50 . Up - £ »»ai»lMMl»»>ffltMlWMlM»»aa*ll**^ BAKE SALE Rainbow Girls at Foster's Furniture 8 to 12, Sat., Dec. 14. Friday Evening, December 13, I95T. distribute gif:s and sweets to the lot New Year's falling on Wcdnes- children. Herb Farrer is general chairman. The lodge will initiate new members on Monday, Dec. 30, because Frea Estimates On Aluminum STORM WINDOWS ROSS REID ROOFING CO. '-5th it, Photll 338* day, Lou:.e Silberman and his orchestra will play for the New Year'i dance Tuesday, December 31. DAN C E SATURDAY, DEC. 14, 1957 Walton American Legion Post 418 WALTON, INDIANA Music by Frank Callipo Dancing 9'Til 12 SCHLQSSER'S ICE CREAM SPECIAL PEPPERMINF STICK 30C Pint 59C Qt. 89C %Ga1. Ice Cream Christmas Trees 20cea. F.OR YOUR HOLIDAY PARTY -CHRISTMAS Dl-CORATIONS- LIGHTS - BULBS - TINSEL SNOW IN WHITE OR PINK -GIFT ITEMS - . OLD SPICE SETS FOR MEN AND WOMEN ELECTRIC RAZORS FOR MEN AND WOMEN COMPLETE LINE OF TOILETRIES BOX OANDY Loads of Toys for the Kiddies Christmas Cards Large Assortment BURKS OPEN 'TIL 10 P. M. EVERY NIGHT 1230 E. Broadway Phone 5966 GIFT IDEAS FOR THE NAUTICAL FAMILY Johnson Motors Boats Boat Ladders Lights Boat Trailers Skiis Life Preservers Ski Ropes Speedometers Cushions LOGANSPORT MAHINE SALES Hwy, 24 at W. Linden Phone 2320 Stockholders Annual Meeting The annual meeting «f Hie stockholders of The Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Logansport, Indiana, for the election of directors and tlic transaction of any other business that may come before the meeting, will be held at the offices of said bank, on Tuesday, January 14, 1958, at 10 a.m. —Mark W. Smith, Cashier. Like "Sterling" on silver, the Jungers "Shield ol Quality" has symbolized leadership in its field for nearly 50 years. And today's Jungers is a fresh interpretation of an ideal — to create the most perfectly engineered oil-fired heaters and furnaces attainable. We invite you to enjoy the satin- smool.h warmth that a Jungers faithfully delivers— four investment in a heater is too important to be taken lightly. So turn the bright white light of comparison on Jungers before you decide. Now that a Jungers costs no more, it's expensive to settle for anything less. EXCLUSIVE OIL-FIRED HEATING ACTION! / Multiple flue speeds circulation with '4 times more heat-sending surface! jj "Blufire"wickless burn* er assures dear, clean- burning efficiency' 2 Single wall design pro^ vides more powerful heat radiation! Ray's EGG-NOG 0 quart Jungers Heaters are clad in beautiful, enduring porcelain enamel. See them in action here today. No product is offered with greater pride than Jungers Heaters and Furnaces. WHEN YOUR PLANS CALL IFOR OIL OR GAS SPACE HEATERS OR FURNACES be we it's 9 JUNGERS BUD'S TV, SERVICE & APPLIANCE Lake Cicoft Phone 40070 3* & -MEAT SPECIALS- YSILOW CREEK IB. YELLOW CRBEK IB. *r"C YEUOW CRBEK IB. 49c ROASTED SAUSAGE SKINLESS WIENERS ELCO BACON PICKLE LOAF VKIOWC.™ »49c Macaroni & Cheese Loaf YE uow C Rt« ».49c STEAKETTES lg .59c OROMA COFFEE VACMK „ Manor House Instant Coffee La L99c SUGAR 5 lB 55c FROZEN - READY TO BAKE GIBB'S APPLE DUMPLINGS BOX 4/59c DRIVE-INN PACKAGE LIQUORS U.S. 24 AT WEST LINDEN AVE. May We Suggest a Beautiful Decanter or Holiday Gift - Wrapped Package tor a Gift of Good Taste that is NEVER EXCHANGED. BONDED BEAM Opal Decanter $6.35 MER-DBL'S ICE CREAM SPECIALS Black Raspberry Ribbonette FLAMING ICE CREAM SNOW BALLS -j n WITH HOLLY AND CANDLE . Box of 4 /VC DIETETIC ^ FOODS^ for diabetics anddftts Cookies Syrups Candies Pop Jellies Fruits NOW SALT FREE VEGETABLES Thank You] 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE AND PHOTO SUPPLIES American Express Money Orders At AH Time: SMITH'S MARKET 17th and George St. Phone 3378 Open Until 10 p. m.—Sundays and Weekday* SHOWN ARE ON'LY A FEW OF OUR COMPLETE SELECTION M • * SCHENLEY RESERVE OLD FORRESTER ^ t)T i BISCHOFF CORDIALS Packaged in exquisite Venitian Glass (If you can't be sure—Give Our Gift Certificate) Just Received our Holiday Supply of Trader Vic's Hot Buttered Rum Batter and for the GOURMET KIRSCH BRANDY I U<~" Small Packges and PLENTY of IT DRIVE IN UNDER OUR MARQUEE AND STEP OUT OF YOUR CAR INTO OUR LIQUOR STORE. OPEN 10 A.M. TIL 12 P.M. US 24 AT WEST LINDEN AVE. PHONE 21162

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